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စန်ကာကူကျွန်းအငြင်းပွားမှု Disputes about the causes
ဓမ္မပဒ 2. Mental perception is the lead in mind that causes everything to happen. It is founded on our thoughts. Our life is the creation of our mind which is supreme. If one speaks or acts or plans with pure mind, joy and peace will follow like a shadow that never leaves the body.
ဓမ္မပဒ 1. Mental perception is the lead in mind that causes everything to happen. It is founded on our thoughts. Our life is the creation of our mind which is supreme. If one speaks or acts or plans with wicked mind, suffering and pain will follow as the wheel of a cart that follows the hoof of the ox.
စန်ကာကူကျွန်းအငြင်းပွားမှု There are disputes about the causes of controversy involving the Senkaku Islands.[80] For example, some use the term "territorial dispute"; however, the Japanese government has consistently rejected this framing since the early 1970s.[81] An analysis of incidents and issues require distinguishing between disputes which are primarily over territory and those which merely have a territorial component.[82]
ဘီ-၂၉ ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် A Superfortress of the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron flew the last B-29 mission of the war on 27 July 1953. Over the three years 16 B-29 and reconnaissance variants were lost to North Korean fighters, four to anti-aircraft fire and 14 to other operational causes.
အဒမ်စမစ် သူ၏အဓိက ဘောဂဗေဒဟာအုပ်ဖြစ်သော နိုင်ငံများ၏ ဥစ္စာဓနသဘာဝနှင့် အကြောင်းရင်းများ လေ့လာခြင်း (An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations) ကို ၁၇၇၆ ခုနှစ်၌ ထုတ်ဝေခဲ့သည်။ နောက်ပိုင်းတွင် ထိုကျမ်းကို နိုင်ငံများ၏ဓန (Wealth of Nations) ဟု အတိုကောက်သိကြသည်။ ထိုစာအုပ်ကြီး မှာ ဘောဂဗေဒဆိုင်ရာ စာအုပ်များထဲတွင် အကောင်းဆုံးသော စာအုပ်ဖြစ်သည်ဟု တန်ဖိုးဖြတ်ကြသည်။ ထိုစာအုပ်တွင် လွတ် လပ်စွာ ကုန်သွယ်မှုကို ထောက်ခံရေးသားထားလေသည်။ ထိုပြင် ထိုစာအုပ်သည် ဘောဂဗေဒပညာရပ်အတွက် အလွန်ပင် အရေးပါ အရာရောက်လှ၏။ ဘောဂဗေဒကို သီးခြား သိပ္ပံ ပညာရပ် အနေဖြင့် ထားထိုက်ကြောင်းကိုလည်း အကြောင်း ပြထားလေ၏။
ဓာတ်ငွေ့ဂြိုဟ်ဘီလူးများ Unlike the other gas giants, Uranus has an extreme tilt that causes its seasons to be severely pronounced. The two planets have other subtle but important differences. Uranus has more hydrogen and helium than Neptune, despite being less massive overall. Neptune is therefore denser and has much more internal heat, and a more active atmosphere. The Nice model in fact suggests that Neptune formed closer to the Sun than Uranus did, and would therefore have more heavy elements.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား The termination shock is the point in the heliosphere where the solar wind slows down to subsonic speed (relative to the star) because of interactions with the local interstellar medium. This causes compression, heating, and a change in the magnetic field. In the Solar System the termination shock is believed to be 75 to 90 astronomical units from the Sun. In 2004, Voyager 1 crossed the Sun's termination shock followed by Voyager 2 in 2007.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား The shock arises because solar wind particles are emitted from stars at about 400 km/s, while the speed of sound (in the interstellar medium) is about 100 km/s. (The exact speed depends on the density, which fluctuates considerably.) The interstellar medium, although very low in density, nonetheless has a constant pressure associated with it; the pressure from the solar wind decreases with the square of the distance from the star. As one moves far enough away from the star, the pressure from the interstellar medium becomes sufficient to slow the solar wind down to below its speed of sound; this causes a shock wave.